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May 6, 2010 The Times-Journal Page 3 Arlington Particulars by Kay West Darn weathermen! They have been batting much better than .500 with their forecast. This week began with torrential rain and up to 65 mph winds that were downright cold just as predicted. But, we must count our blessings as we do not experience tornadoes or major flooding. Who said grin and bear it? Very sad news to hear that two cowboys were injured during the Arlington Jackpot Rodeo. We send our prayers and best wishes for their complete recovery. The final trivia question from the Arlington Saddle Club was not answered correctly. When the paper was issued last week the query was "How many years has the A JR really been held?" with emphasis on the past tense 'had.' At that time only 62 rodeos had been held, this year being the 63rd. Don't shoot the messenger about this tricky question. Among entrants that answered 63 were Ron Bryant of Pendleton and Delene Durfey of Condon who remembers how old she is by the rodeo's anniversary! Thanks for the ASC questions and answers from rodeo enthusiasts. You can find a "Basket of Gold" at the Garden Club Plant Sale, Saturday, May 8th, 10:00 a.m.-lO;O0 p.m., at the Memorial Hall. Pd. Adv. Arlington's May Day 'Music; Changes Through the Ages' went off without a hitch. The early morning parade was particularly enjoyed by grandparents, including Jeannie Shannon and Pauline Bauman of Condon and Orval and Syb Pamode from Hermiston. A were indeed a musical walk through the ages. Tradition! The community welcomes a new business. Prairie Rose Care is owned and operated by Rod McGuire. Cafe staff includes Rich Davies and cook Karen Cunningham, who hails from Grass Valley. The care, located on Highway 19 east of the rodeo grounds, will be open Monday through Friday, 5:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. offering hot and cold lunches-to-go. They also offer catering services and on-site lunch delivery. Call ahead with your order, 541- 993-7073. Those bunco ladies met last week hosted by Joan Jenkins. Judy Hughes and Susan Palmer shared high, second was Judy Booth with the third place money split among Carol Stites, Lib Barrett, Karen Mabe, Kathy Covey and Phyllis Stewart. Shawn Webber and Brittany Steen shared low with Karen Mabe having the most buncos. Francie Morris was hostess for Friday Bridge. Alone Rucker had low, None Johnson was second high, the hostess posted the high score and yours truly won traveling. See you next week. If you "pine"for some new plants, come to the Garden Club Plant Sale, Saturday, May 8th, 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p,m. at the Memorial Hall. Pd. Adv. Megan Greenfield and Cara Greenfield have both Sherman County Notes... The Sherman County Historical Museum in More Photographers in Oregon' Families with an interest Museum opened last Tuesday, May 11, 7 p.m. Joe program will be presented by in the preservation of Wasco weekend for the season and will mount a rooster pheasant renowned photographer andMethodist Cemetery near is open daily 10 a.m. to 5 from start to finish. It's free author Carole Glauber. This Wasco are invited to p.m., May through October. and everyone is invited,free, public program, participate in the annual Museum Hosts provide travel A slide-illustrated program sponsored by the library and cemetery improvement day information, award-winning offered May 12 at the Libraries of Eastern Oregon, Saturday, May 15, 9 a.m. interpretive exhibits and Sherman County Public- will take place Wednesday, Layered clothing, gloves, shopping in The Museum School Library will focus on May 12, 6:30 p.m. at the sun screen, bottled water, Store. For more information, the distinctive works of four library near More. For further sturdy shoes, rake, call 541-565-3232 and visit early women photographers information about the pitchfork, mowers, weed- whose works helped to program, contact librarians trimmers and pruners are www.shermanmuseum.org, document the history of Jeanney McArthur or Arla suggested. Graduates in the Sherman High School Class of 1960 Oregon. The 'Early WomenMelzer, 541-565-3279. plan to gather for the 50th anniversary of their graduation Saturday, June 5, at Skamania Lodge in Stevenson, Wash. Classmates are asked to make reservations for the event through Shirley Blaylock, i!~i _t_t_t_t_t_t_t_t_t_~__ _ _v 2491 @ embarqmail.c0m. A Stress Management fori, i~ ial Mother's Day Treat! program will be offered at Sherman Co. Public-School ........ 5a r y, May 8th at 5:30., pm Library Saturday, May 8, I0:$49.00 e:r iuding entertainment, Reservations required. a.m. The presentation is offered by the Sherman ~:i!: ~i~,~~=(~ ~_~/ @~@4~//9~i~° County library in partnership ~:!!i:ii~!!~i ~[/~ with Libraries of Eastern ...... Oregon (LEO) through ~ '~ i~' , Broccoh Soup, and Sp nach LEO sA Sense of Place series f-F~h'Baked Bread, Cream of of programs for rural Salad with Warm Bacon Dressing. Intermezzo: Berw Sorbet. communities, and will be Your choice of: Prime Rib with Seasonal Vegetables and Au Gratin Potatoes, presented by Brianne Poached Halibut with Pears, Seasonal Vegetables and Rice Pilaf, or Bgstian, public health Three Cheese Fettuccine Alfredo topped with Scallops, Prawns and Clams. education specialist from Dessert: Chocolate Lava Cake Oregon Health Sciences University. For further information, contact library ~~~. "~ directors Jeanney McArthur or Arla Melzer, 541-565- 3279. A free demonstration in professionally since the taxidermy will be presented to F by Joe Dabulskis at the free Family Night Program set for the Sherman County " Now showing at " trumpet rendition of our been named to the Dean's List Condon national anthem was f~ academic achievement Date Night beautifully delivereik b~y dtidng winter term ~E~t~ra ~ ,~., ~r~..,.~.~. ~n,~--, .~ Harold Peeling, Arliiigton Oregon UlaPqersity fn ...... ,.x~nt~,t-~-lo Schools music director, LaGrande. Megan and Cara • _ r_r .... followed by the Arlington are the daughters of Dan and Winte. ~zuu, a Saddle Club's Mounted Teresa Greenfield of here.Friday thru Sunday Honor Guard, Jim Rucker, Show Time ~ 7 p.m. Paige Bell and Joe Patnode. | [ 541-384-2120 Awards for feat entries went to AHS Sophomores first, I Volunteer = .~ Juniors second with the I Your ] CE CREE______K_K Freshman third. Community] Time )J Devin/Troutman,fl°atawardsweregivent°the, Jackson Five, entrYfirst; [ &Talentst Ill A Times-Journal feature made available Ammo .aun 'Ame.can ' ........ ' II Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner!! weekly by I o0en.0. " " • a.m. to :00 p.m. Oil Co., In 'Woodstock or Bust entered • by the Wylie/Stripling , . . 676-9633 '/1,$4-2621 ~ 3114-4144 families, third. The W~4~~ Dinner Spectal!/ ~or information on our Monitor Heating System, call Community Vacation Bible l~" RO .I.~ .~.ted. ?hic lyerl & ~~~,,@ our plants at Heppner, 541-676'9633; Arlington, 541- School, Arlington Child Care ,all th Trim in0s ~ 454-2621; Boardman, 541-481,4876; Condon, 541- Center and the Class of 2026 ~~ I[ ? m / 384-4144; or Wasco, 541-442-5277, and 2027, Christopher Silar . ,,,, ~,, For Reservations Call: 541-468-3331 Jj and Michael, West all ˘]~a,~m,.'~, ~----------~-~-~~ 10YearsA~o received honorable mention. ......... IP ~ " ~ --" ~ m ~ ~ .. -- m ~ ..... "1 -- Jennifer Bartlemay of Arlingtor~ is named All, AHS Student Body President Ashley Wetherell crowned May Day Queen Andrea Jones who, with her flower girl Ashtyn Laitinen and crown bearer Blaine McClure, reigned over the festivities with Princesses Ginger Evans, attended by Grace Claughton, and Ashley Wetherell, with flower girl Analisa Valdez, were all resplendent in formal attire fit for royalty. Escorts for the court were Seniors Brandon Millet, Casey McKinney, Braden Reed, Theron Weaver and Ed Zuniga. Selections presented by the combined schools' bands and choruses Herb Errob LaRta & Amy R pp zo, 2ozo Ftowe, 201 S. Main Condon 541-384-4120 : .FIREHOUSE FLORAL : : Wishes every mother a Great : Mother's Day 1 Come in or Call in your order Early 11 : while supplies last, Ii 541-763-3034OR 541-993-0631 ' 1 I See our line of Steding Silver Jewelry : Container Sales I HOURS: $20.00 & up ii I Mon.-Fri. ~ 9 - 6 I Sat.-9:3O-5:30 Teacup, water can, pails, etc. I Sun. Noon- 5 Ii,___ 505 Main St., Fossil, OR 97830 J Sat., May 22 ~ 8:00 a.m. Triad Auction Lot ~ Arlington, OR Watch for Auction List in next week's _BaBet PREVIEW: Day of Sale - 7:00 am NO BUYERS FEE * UNRESERVED * NO MINIMUM Not responsible for accidents or ad descrepancies. TERMS: Cash or bankable check on =ale day, No credit cards accepted. Dealers welcome, kO3~[2LY~Jd~.k~ Auctioneers: Frank, Gary & Nick Bettencourt Triad Auctioneers Nick Bettencourt & Associates Box 854, Condon, OR 97823 ~ 541-384-6854 Highway 19 ~ Arlington 541-993-7073 Starting in May 'Windmill Wednesdays' 6:00 p.m. Pri e D in er OR Public Invited American Scholar by the U.S. Achievement Academy. -- Musicians Bill McKinney of Condon and John Hall of More provide music at United Church of Christ worship service in Condon. -- Robert Jaeger is installed as Exalted Ruler of the Condon Elks Lodge No. 1869. 25 Years Ago -- Carmen Borghese is May Day Queen at Arlington and princesses are Becky Burdick, Colleen Carroll, Jenny Coffelt, Misty Deen, Lori Freeland, Sarah Irby and Rona Re. -- Fossil and Condon teachers Chris McKay, Terri Waiters, Baecky Bare and Mary Bare organize Community Health Fair. -- Gilbert and Jessie Sharp and Bonnie Butler donate the book, The History of Wheeler County, to the Mitchell School Library in memory of Roy Monroe and Nellie Axtell. 49 Years Ago -- The new Condon Baptist Church is dedicated with Dr. E.P. Fosmark, general director of Conservative Baptist Churches of Oregon, as guest speaker. -- Condon Elks Lodge hosts a crab feed with the theme of 'Beach Comber's Party.' proceeds to benefit the Elks Eye Clinic. -- Condon School District calls for bids to install a sprinkler system in the Condon Grade School athletic field. 70 Years Ago -- Mayor W.L. Hollen declares May 6-11 as Clean Up Week in Condon. -- Rainfall in Condon totals 8.8 inches since Jan. 1, breaks 20-year record, according to weather reporter Stewart Hardie. -- One hundred Masons gather in Condon to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Mr. Moriah Lodge, including guests T.G Johnson and George Schott, the two charter members remaining in Condon.